Curacao and Sint Maarten governor discusses central bank co-operation


The governor of the Central Bank of Curacao and Sint Maarten, Emsley Tromp, on July 19 emphasised the need for central banks, particularly in emerging markets, to co-operate in setting monetary and financial stability policy.

Speaking at the sixtieth anniversary of the Centre for Latin American Monetary Studies in Mexico City, Tromp said central banks in emerging countries had the difficulty of balancing a wide range of responsibilities with often limited resources. "Therefore, co-operation and

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